Boot fit - Lowa vs Hanwag

Loggerdude

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I won’t own anything but lowa Tibet for rain snow steep ground or just trailing. Have some crispis for light weight dryer stuff, but over 10 years and almost every other boot maker they have been my go to boots. Keep one pair for hunting and retire the older ones to work. So I’m in them every day. They last about 5 years as work boots.
 

highcountrymuley

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i have been wearing the 9.5 Hanwag Llhasa s for 5 years. they are a bit narrow in the toe box but have been good to me. i bought the lowa caminos in 9.5 wide on sale and they let my toe move around a bit, causing some discomfort on the left side of my left pinky toe. no issues with the durability on either of these, but i don't wear the lowas as much. hoping not to need any new boots for a few more years! like the zamberlins i tried but they are super stiff, seemed like it would be a long, uncomfortable break-in period.
 
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